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Wings Overseas Roundup - November 6

November 6, 2019 - Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) - Dallas Wings News Release

Arike Ogunbowale

Ogunbowale, with her continued strong scoring performances overseas, has now scored 20 or more points in 18 consecutive professional games, dating back to August 10 versus the Phoenix Mercury when she dropped 23 points in a win at College Park Center. The Notre Dame product has scored 197 points since heading overseas, averaging more than 28 points per game, including scoring 26 points against AGU Spor in a 87-63 Eurocup win and 27 points in an 80-65 loss at Fenerbache last week.

McGee-Stafford suffered an ankle injury in the Lynx's 97-79 loss to the Bendigo Spirit on 10/20/19. An MRI revealed ligament damage and she will be unable to play for the upcoming week.

Megan Gustafson-

NKE-FCSM Csata continues to roll as they extend their winning streak to five. Gustafson basketed another 19 points on November 2 in an 80-75 W, including four of the last six down the stretch. In addition to her 19 points, she also had nine boards and two rejections, the first time in her professional career she has accumulated multiple blocks.

Karlie Samuelson

With another two three pointers this week, Samuelson stretched her streak of three pointers made in consecutive games to 12. While she has cooled off since scoring 33 on October 24th, she has continued to be a valuable member of Perfumerias Avenidas and a major factor in their 9-1 record. In addition to her 116 points since going overseas, the Stanford Standout has also acquired 22 rebounds, 13 assists and 14 steals.

Kayla Thornton

Thornton and the KB Stars resume play on November 24th versus KEB Hanabank.

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